Computing Services supports both the academic and administrative aspects of university computing. Computing Services supports campus-wide computer networks, the Campus Printing Service (CPS), connections to the Internet, and electronic mail.
Academic resources include a variety of computer systems and software used for instruction, research, and public service. Student workstations are located in the Cullom-Davis Library and many academic buildings. All residence hall rooms and St. James suites have wireless networking and wired network connections giving access to the campus network as well as the Internet. Students are encouraged to bring their own computer with them to campus. There is no charge to access the campus data network or the Internet. HelpDesk services are available in the Reserves area of the Library.
Student e-mail accounts
E-mail and network access accounts are automatically established for every student at Bradley University. Bradley uses e-mail as an official means of communication with students, so students should check their account on a regular basis.